English for Tax Administration 2. Lecturer: Miljen Matijašević G10, room 6/I, Tue 11:30-12:30 e-mail: miljen.matijasevic @ gmail.com Session 2, 18 Mar 2014. Today’s session. Revision of the last session Money and Personal Finance. Revision of the last session. Saying numbers.
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Lecturer: Miljen Matijašević
G10, room 6/I, Tue 11:30-12:30
Session 2, 18 Mar 2014
Write out these numbers in full:
(račun u banci)
(račun koji treba platiti)
(potvrda o plaćanju)
pay/deposit money intoanaccount
NOUNS: deposit, credit
(with)draw/takeout money fromanaccount
NOUNS: withdrawal, debit
Types of account
An account can be:
businessaccount / giro account
Additional account vocab:
overdrawn – inthe red
(account) balance– fundsavailableintheaccount
Bank statement– a statementshowing all the credit anddebittransactionsandthebalance
Apartfrom a bank,
youcanget cash from a:
Jane Sadleropened her ............. withtheMedway Bank on 28 January 2003, with a cash ............. of £300. On 15 Februaryshewrote a ............. for £53.25 andthisappeared as a ............. on the bank statement on 20 February. On 22 Februaryshetookout £60 in............. from a cashpointmachine. On thefollowingdaythe bank debited her accountby £33.50 for a ............. she had madeusing her ............. .Hermonthlysalarywaspaiddirectlyinto her accountandthisappeared as a ............. for £802.20 on 26 February. Therewere no further............. on her accountandshefinishedthemonthwith a ............. of £955.45.
Jane Sadler opened her ACCOUNT with the Medway Bank on 28 January 2003, with a cash DEPOSIT of £300. On 15 February she wrote a CHEQUE for £53.25 and this appeared as a DEBIT on the bank statement on 20 February. On 22 February she took out £60 in CASH from a cashpoint machine. On the following day the bank debited her account by £33.50 for a PAYMENT she had made using her DEBIT CARD. Her monthly salary was paid directly into her account and this appeared as a CREDIT for £802.20 on 26 February. There were no further TRANSACTIONS on her account and she finished the month with a BALANCE of £955.45.
What does it mean to lend, owe and raise money?
Chase the intruder: credit, debit, deposit, payinto.
Do the following mean the same: your account is overdrawn / your account is in the black?
Makesentenceswiththewords: credit, draw, bankstatement, payinto, withdrawal, balance
What is an ATM andwhat is it used for?
What is a bank statement? Whatdoes it show?
What means of payment do you know?
Illustrate four different ways to use the verb TO PAY with an object (with/without prepositions).